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NORTH EDGE Apache2 Altimeter Barometer Compass Temperature Display 50m Waterproof Outdoor Sport Digital Watch


Last updated on July 18, 2021 7:06 am Disclosure
SKU: 3787 Category:
 Model NO.  Apache2
 Case Shape  Round
 Band Material  Nylon
 Style  Sport,Outdoor
 Gender  Unisex
 Water Resistance  50M
 Altituder  Support
 Barometer  Support
 Temperature  Support
 Compass  Support
 Pressure Measurement (300 ~ 1100mbar / 8.859 ~ 32.484inHg)
 Height Measurement (-698 ~ +9164m / -2246 ~ +30067F)
 Temperature Measurement (10 ~ +60°C / 14 ~ 140°F)
 Chronograph Function  99hours 59min 59.99 seconds (100 group for Lap)
 Countdown Timer  99hours 59min 59.99 seconds
 Pacer  Support
 The Second Time  Support
 Low Battery Display  Support
 Dial Diameter  About 50mm
 Case Thickness  About 15mm
 Band Width  About 24mm
 Band Length  About 250mm
 Battery Type  CR2032
 Using Time  about 18 months
 Package Included:  1 X NORTH EDGE Watch
 1 X User Manual
 The picture is only for reference,please consider carefully before purchase.


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15 reviews for NORTH EDGE Apache2 Altimeter Barometer Compass Temperature Display 50m Waterproof Outdoor Sport Digital Watch

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  1. P. Montero

    I have had my Suunto Core for over 6 YEARS now. Over 6 years of daily use, seriously, this thing has not leave my wrist. I am an enlisted military service member with 11+ years in the infantry, I am also a firefighter/paramedic for one of the busiest departments in the country. Needless to say I have put this watch through its paces and have abused the life out of it. It has been through hell and back to include military deployments to Iraq and Africa (year long deployments). It has been inside burning houses, heavy interior fire fighting inside structures, car fires, in the ocean on shallow dives, in rivers, on hikes and countless of other events…. This watch has seen it all for the last 6 years and still running strong.I have read negatives about straps and other things but I have to say mine has been nothing but great to me. Yes, I have ripped of the small strap band. I contacted Suunto about maybe sending me a new one, figured its such a small piece they can provide for free. Well, they wanted me to buy all new straps that run about $60. I did not want to buy a new pair of straps just for that so I made my own out of 550 cord. That 550 has been on it for about 4 years with no issues.The top current review on this watch claims the band is fragile , dry rots and cracks. Guess what, I have yet to change out my bands…6 years later!!! They are flimsy and extremely broken in now, might be time for a swap but won’t do it until these fail me. The battery life is good on it as long as you don’t leave unnecessary features on all the time. For instance, I do not need to know if the watch senses a storm coming in or a change in pressure. I turn on when I am in the field if needed but until than that is off, no need for the chirping. Do things like this extends my battery life. I swap batteries about 1-2 times a year, thats it.Overall, I love this watch and will continue to wear it everyday. I have had friends buy them and feel the same way. I get slightly jealous when I see a new one, they look nice when new and pitch black features, but wouldn’t trade my broken in, scarred up, battle worn one for anything. Just take a look at some of my pictures. You can clearly see I have shown no mercy to this thing.I am currently overseas again….and STILL wearing this.

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  2. Richard Avila

    BUYERS BEWARE!!!!!Watch broke in less then a year due to a leak in the watch. sent to company to fix under warranty and they told me that it would cost 130 for a replacement. THEY DON’T BACK UP THERE PIECE OF JUNK. you would get more out of your money by lighting it on fire because at least the fire would keep you warm for a second.

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  3. Mallory

    Originally purchased 7/28/17Like (presumably) a lot of people, I bought this watch because I *really* wanted a Suunto Core, but didn’t want to spend what one costs and this one is the next best thing. It does time (12/24hr), stop watch and an alarm. It does show altitude, barometric pressure or temp like the “real” thing, but I honestly have zero need for those features. I’ve been swimming with it countless times in both pools and rivers/lakes with no issue as well as a week-long trip to the beach. I wondered how the salt water would affect it, it didn’t in any way I can tell. Never let any water in or anything. I’ve also worn it while hunting/fishing and while working at our hunting club and it’s stood up to the abuse. I don’t go out of my way to abuse it, but I also don’t make a concerted effort to *not* abuse it either. Only real precaution I take with it is to remove it before spraying bug spray, because I’ve had other watches get spots on the the plastic face from bug spray. Otherwise I just wear it and forget it.My guess is I’ll tear it up before it just quits….if/when I do, I’ll definitely buy another.Pics attached to give you an idea of size.UPDATE – 7/31/19 – the band broke on me last week, almost 2 yrs to the day from buying. It broke right where the buckle puts a little crease on the opposite band when cinching it down. The watch itself still works fine and has held up great. I did find out that the band is, in fact, removable (I thought there were not, initially). Not sure, though, if replacement bands for the real Suunto would fit. Thing is, even the inexpensive aftermarket bands for the real Suunto are $10-15, so you might as well just buy a whole new watch instead of trying to replace the band on this one.Still, 2yrs for a < $20 watch that wasn't babied is way more than you can ask for.

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  4. Wyoming

    Absolutely loved this watch for the majority of time I owned it. Great options for altitude, temp, compass, ect… Decent band and great look overall. Watch was worn daily for about a year 24-7 and the buttons on the right side of the watch starting failing to spring back to adjustable positions. This isn’t a Navy Seal situation, but rather a desk job situation and standard mow the lawn deal. The buttons eventually stuck in completely and required manual pulling out of the buttons.Researched this and I am not alone on this glitch. Have several other brands of watches and none have this problem. Can’t recommend.

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  5. drceh

    It is an excellent watch. I love to collect watches. I have collected more than I can wear. So while I really like watches and like to look if s Suunto Watch I’m almost 50. My Tactical Operations days are behind me, I will not be spelunking or climbing mountains. In short I have no need of a Suunto Watch. Why pay that premium for a style watch when all I really want is the style? Enter this watch stage right. I stumbled across it on Amazon and thought…for $20, what the heck. I’ve enjoyed the watch enough that I actually came back to write a review. Now if you are a HALO Jumping Tactical Parascubasniper with special forces or an explorer in the worlds wild places…you should probably spring for the Suunto. If you don’t need altimeters, barometers and all the other jazz this is s great watch. I like that it’s easy to set and operate, easy to change between the three functions: Time, Stop Watch and alarm. It’s water resistant and all in all a solid watch. You can’t go wrong with it. I have many much more expensive options in my armoire to select but I wear this one often.

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  6. Hard Use

    Had this for a week, got it on the coldest day of the year. Fogged up outside when it was -30F but kept working after, just took a while to de-fog. It’s been inside of house fires where it’s god knows how hot and is working so far.It’s been used in the shower but no real underwater use. I bought it because the last one I had (skmei) was too thick. I had to take the old one off before I put on my firefighting gear. This one fits underneath ok but it is still a little large.Don’t believe the hype about not being able to read it. In my opinion, it is clearly visible even in the dark and the illumination is really bright. Your mileage may vary, and sometimes things on Amazon aren’t always the same quality item to item, but I have found this watch to be pretty good, especially for under $20.Time will tell, but I would buy this again. Might buy another in a week or two if it holds just so I do t have to get another if it craps out or I destroy it before then.

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  7. Caz

    The Versa 2 brings some modest improvements to the original, both inside and out. Here are some highlights:The screen is now AMOLED, yielding brighter colors and deeper blacks.The glass cover no longer has a bezel, giving it a smooth, low profile and premium look.The optical sensor on the bottom is bigger and doesn’t protrude from the case, making it more comfortable on the wrist.The music and exercise buttons are gone. A mic to command Amazon Alexa is in their place. She can do things like set timers, alarms, reply to texts, give you the weather forecast as well as a FEW other useful things.The processor is faster. Apps load faster and the touch screen is more responsive.Always on display is now supported.Screen brightness is now always adaptive, though you can preset the base brightness.There is a new sleep mode which turns off autowake and notifications during during selected times so your watch doesn’t bother you while you sleep. Do not disturb mode will silence calls and notifications during exercise as well.You can control the Spotify app on your phone from your watch.Fitbit pay is now standard on all Versa 2 editions.*The battery is rated for 5+ days. I’ve been getting a solid 6.5 with always connected, all day sync, 24 hour HR, and at least 3 hours of running.That being said, the Versa 2 isn’t perfect. Fitbit OS is still feature lite, the app store is still rather small and there is still a dearth of useful clock faces. I’d still like to see a screen lock feature, a stride per minute counter and music controls in the exercise app, and a bunch of small. QoL improvements.If you’re like me and mostly want an excellent fitness tracker with a handful of productivity features sprinkled on top, then the Versa 2 is for you, especially if you want a battery life long enough to make use of any of those things. If you care less about fitness and more about controlling your phone from your wrist, then you might want to look at a Galaxy Watch or a Fossil Gen 5, especially if you don’t plan on tracking sleep, as you’ll need to recharge both at the end of the day. If you have an iPhone I don’t know why you’re reading this.

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  8. Honest Reviewer

    Pros:__________• It’s very comfortable. When you wear the Versa 2, the weight is balanced enough that it doesn’t bring any discomfort, and light enough to sometimes forget you have it on.• The design is almost identical to an Apple Watch. With square rounded corners, it’s almost impossible to tell the difference if you had both of them side by side.• I had no discomfort wearing this Fitbit when I slept and had no itchy feeling around my skin when I woke up. Overall, you can wear this all day without any issues.• The screen has great contrast, vivid colors, and has excellent brightness. On a clear sunny day, I put this display to the test and it passed with flying color. Outstanding outdoor viewability.• The Alexa feature does work. I did like the fact that with you can speak to this watch as if it was a smartphone, and Alexa will answer to you (in text). Weather report, nearby stores, and overall a quick way to get an answer (More details later on).• Fitbit is pushing this Versa 2 into the world of smartwatches, as you’re able to control any of your smart home devices with this watch. I only have some smart light bulbs, so my testing was turning them on and off with this Fitbit. Please to say that it worked flawlessly.• I felt the sleep scoring system was pretty accurate. I tested it for almost a week and the graph displaying for my sleep fit my experience. Fitbit always does a great job providing your data in a visually appealing look on the app and in desktop form.• The alarm feature is very useful. When the Versa 2 is tracking your sleep, it will find the best time to wake you up before you “actually” have to wake up. Everyone has a different sleep cycle (light and deep sleepers) so you may expect a different outcome. Usually, it’s within the 30-minute time frame before your alarm is set.• The other fitness programs in the Fitbit (activity trackers, heart rate, distance travel, calories burned, and so forth) are all decently accurate and effective. This technology isn’t new, but Fitbit does make fitness trackers that are consumer-friendly. You’ll be surprised how complex some tracker out there are. If you had the previous Versa, you should expect the same layout.• Some features like the Relax app (guides you through breathing exercises), movement reminders (lets you know when you been sitting for too long) and step counts all stimulated me to be more active. It’s hard to explain but when you see your progress on a graph, or even a number, you feel compelled to keep growing it. Because of Fitbit’s friendly visual graphs, you don’t have to write anything and overall it brings a form of motivation to keep increasing your numbers.• Numerous exercise modes, training guides, and even 10-minute training cycles. Like I mention before, if you need something to motivate you to work out, this will be it.• One of the best features in the Always-On-Display. I’m a huge fan of this because you’re not wearing the watch every second of your life. It’s nice to see that you can leave it on a table and the display will still viewable, like any other watch.• Third-party apps like Uber are available for this watch. I don’t use Uber, but it’s good to know that third-party app companies are putting their foot in Fitbit.• Going for a jog, the watch vibrates when I get a notification, which is just a text for me. It’s also pretty straight forward in deciding what you want to be notified about.• Yes, you can swim with it. Haven’t tested this out though.• Battery life is good, compared to the other smartwatches out there. Around 3 days of use before I need to charge it. Maybe 2 if I’m using it a lot, and the Always-On-Display is on max brightness.Cons and Oks:__________• There is a connectivity issue that I’m dealing with my Versa. It would disconnect from my phone and would take numerous times in trying to reconnect it. I have no idea why it’s doing this but I’ve noticed past reviews online addressing the same issue. It has to be a software problem because others are not getting this issue as well. Be on the lookout.• Another issue with the connectivity is you won’t know if there is no connection until you physically look at the display. This is a huge issue if you have notifications, texts, and updates coming from your phone to this watch. If the watch is disconnected, and your phone is not with you, you may miss some important stuff.• On the display, I felt Fitbit’s main icons are very unclear. What I liked about Android and Apple is that even if you never used there OS, you can tell where to go with the icons they provide you. The icons that Fitbit provide are very unclear and if you don’t use this device often you’re going to be lost in there OS.• You’re paying decent money for the device but Fitbit restricts a lot of it as they want you to sign up for their monthly “Premium” services. This monthly Fitbit service offers a great deal of programs, but if you don’t want to pay a monthly payment then you’re stuck with the “basic” software of the watch.• No idea why Fitbit did this but you can’t stream Spotify on this watch unless you have premium Spotify subscription. Not only that but you can’t even allow playback from this device to your speakers, phone, etc. I hope they fix this as it seems you need to pay more to use the watch fully.• Alexa provides the basics of communication but other than that I found it useless. The voice recognition lacks useful search results and since there are no built-in speakers, you’ll never get any audio notifications and hear Alexa’s answers. Middle of a workout, you will have to stop and look at the text that Alexa provides.• To even use Alexa, you need to install Amazon’s Alexa’s app on the phone and have an account with it.• No integration with Apple Health and Google fit. You have to stick with Fitbit all the way.• No GPS. You need to connect it to your phone to all GPS tracking. Without it, this creates a reduction in accuracy when you run. I didn’t find it to be that much off, but it’s enough that I think you should know.• Has some thick bezels around the screen.• If you want to change the strap, expect a fight. Fitbit locks the brands pretty solid, so taking them out ain’t going to be fun.• I wish that you can customize the Always-on-display because currently, it’s a very simple layout. Not customizable to your choosing.• Currently I can’t respond to text messages with this watch with my iPhone, but you can use this feature on an Android.• I notice that Fitbit doesn’t have a payment system of their own. When you want to buy an app, you’re going to paying directly to the developer, where they can use any payment system they want. So far this isn’t an issue but it’s something to note in the long run due to security reasons.• You can’t even store your favorite apps for quick access.• Up 300 songs you can store on the desktop Fitbit app, but you have to transfer them over WIFI. No wire transfer and depending on your WIFI speed, it will take some time.• When you get a notification, or ask Alexa a question, you’re going to get a one-sentence answer. Numerous times I found this frustrating because you’re not getting any context to help you, and it just leads you to want more.• Your phone needs to be with you to fully use this watch. The Versa is an accessory to your phone.Bottom Line:__________It’s not a smartwatch for your phone. You have to get on board with this idea before you buy this watch. The point of Fitbit is to have a digital fitness book on you at all times. With the Versa 2, It’s a fitness book that does all the writing, tracking, and you’re only requirement is to workout. This is what Fitbit does a great job in. It provides you as much detail as you need on exercises, your workout routines, and your health. I felt the need to check on my stats every day as it’s one of the few devices that can visually show you that you’re improving. A light device, excellent display, and a great motivation tool.But you need to put it in your head, it’s not a smartwatch. The Apple Watch is a smartwatch. The Galaxy Watch is a smartwatch, and this isn’t. Unlike other smartwatches, once you buy this, you still need to pay more to have the full experience. Fitbit premium “monthly” services provide a great deal of data and programs to help you out, but you need to pay for it. Even with the payment you still need to have your phone around as Alexa currently isn’t useful enough other than asking for the weather. With no built-in GPS tracking, limited text/notification updates, and Spotify restriction, you can see why this isn’t in the same category with Apple and Samsung.This is a fitness tool to help you keep your body in shape. Fitbit does a great job in that, but if you’re looking for a smartwatch then go over to Apple and Samsung. Those are smartwatches, this isn’t.Overall: A virtual fitness book that is a must-have for those who want to get in shape but has too many issues to be called a real smartwatch.Hope I was a help to you.Love,Honest Reviewer

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  9. Jeffrey and Sandra

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  Another update before I return my watch for the second time: it’s 5:36am and my watch says that I slept 8 hours. I’ll upload the imagine. I went to bed at 11:15 and woke up at 5 am. I can’t believe how off the sleeping app is today.An update: my Sister got a new Fitbit versa for me again and I wore both Apple Watch and Fitbit Watch. The step count was very different. Almost 3 thousand more steps with the Fitbit. It counted extra 800 steps while I was in the resting position. Ones again I contacted the Fitbit asking them why this has happened, they told me Apple and other devices count steps differently. 2856 step difference is huge though.My wife just got her Fitbit Versa 2 yesterday and went swimming with it as it today. The watch initially worked for a few minutes while using the swimming app. After 20 minutes she came out and the watch was totally off. We tried to charge it everything but it seams that it got water fried. It’s supposed to be water resistant up to 50 meters! The pink band was bought separately. Original was purple. Had exactly same problem with last generation Versa. And from googling it seams that we are not alone with this problem. I returned my watch and asked Fitbit if they would give a discount if I buy a new watch they said they will not. Well I guess I’ll just save up extra and get an Apple Watch. Will definitely send all the videos I had made to the bloggers so others won’t make the same mistake.

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  10. Johnny

    TL;DR: I have 3 TicWatches, this is my new favorite!I started off with a different brand smartwatch and because of the lack of WearOS, it couldn’t keep up with my needs, so I switched to Mobvoi with the S2 and loved it!Once the Pro 4G (really the Pro 2) came out, I knew I had to have it for the specs and the secondary screen. Upgrading from the S2 to the Pro 4G felt like doubling everything, faster speeds, more responsive, brighter screen with ambient sensor, and all day battery (my mixed use typically would get 2.5 days out of it).Now having seen there is a Pro 3 GPS, I needed to stay on the cutting edge and it’s again feeling like a doubling of performance. None of the apps feel any lag at all and things like animations just fly around the screen. The battery hadn’t needed a charge since the ~80% that it shipped with even after syncing the watch, installing system updates, and updating Google Play apps.The boot time and even the sync seems around 30% and 20% (respectively) faster. In terms of weight, I forgot I was wearing it several times already and the strap looks sleek but feels like soft leather despite being silicone. The body of the watch has a smooth matte texture and flows perfect with the strap and doesn’t feel like cold metal. The bezel is pulled back a little with the screen the same size as the Pro 4G, which gives you more room to swipe.The spO2 sensor, sound sensor, and stress tracking were things I didn’t know I needed until after using them. Speaking of, the heart rate sensor seems snappy compared to the Pro 4G. A needed feature that has been included too is the backlight in essential mode with a wrist flip.My favorite new watch face included would be Samurai (pictured) and I’m excited to see what new faces might be able to utilize the new sensors! I’ve listed the watches I’ve seen released recently below if you’re confused about the models.TicWatch ProTicWatch S2 – OwnedTicWatch Pro 4G (Pro 2) – OwnedTicWatch 2020 (Pro 2 GPS)TicWatch Pro 3 GPS – OwnedThe TicWatch Pro 3 GPS is everything a smartwatch should be, and I find myself wearing it non-stop. If you’re thinking about it, buy it!

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  11. Ryan Arjune

    I previously owned the Tic Watch Pro 4G. It was a good Wear OS, but it was not the “Best.” After the 2020 pandemic started, I started to learn and realize how crucial monitoring your vitals were. While the Tic Watch 4G had a variety of sensors to measure heart rate and more, other watches in this segment had more sensors and better tracking. When the Apple Watch Series 6 was announced, I looked to see if I could find a Wear OS that was comparable to it. Luckily, the Tic Watch 3 was announced with all the features I was looking for and more.FIT AND FINISH: I received the Tic Watch 3 not too long after release and was pleasantly surprised to find that it was thinner than the Tic Watch 4G. The thinness makes a significant difference as I used to hit the Tic Watch 4G against stuff all the time due to me not giving my arm enough clearance. With the Tic Watch 3, I have not had that problem at all. The Tic Watch 4G’s included watchband was extremely elastic and worried me that it would snap easily. The new Tic Watch 3’s band is far better and seems more durable. I was disappointed to see that the holder-shaped charger from the Tic Watch 4G did not make a return. Instead, a new clip-on-shaped charger with an inset head was included. The pinout for the two watches looks the same, but the chargers are incompatible with one another.BATTERY LIFE:During my first few days of use, where I was using all the features often, I got an extended 2-day battery life with enough charge left to take me into the morning of the third day. Under my normal “stop-and-go” usage, I was able to achieve 4-days with still a 50% charge at the beginning of day 4. My Tic Watch 4G would get 1-day under the “frequent use” and 3-days under my typical use, where it would barely last the third day. I would not be surprised if I only needed to charge my Tic Watch 3 once or twice a week. The sensors do use more power, so it will vary depending on how often you use those sensors.ESSENTIAL MODE / LCD MODE:The most notable feature of the Tic Watch Pro series, the LCD is one of the reasons why I recommend this watch over the competitors. While it does offer the benefit of saving power, I find it to be ‘essential’ for students and test-takers. While the rules are changing to prohibit watches during an exam, the ability to have a “dumb” watch on-demand is essential. One edge that the Tic Watch 4G has over the 3 is the fact that the 4G’s LCD had a brighter background. While the Tic Watch 3 now has a backlight to make up for its darkness, the old watch was more readable, and that I now must use the light during the day. I have included pictures so you can see the difference. The design of the new LCD is also far more attractive and includes more measurements that were usually unavailable on the old Tic Watch 4G.WEAR OS / SCREEN:The screen on the new Tic Watch 3 is brighter and more vivid. The improvements make daytime readability better than before, which was already great. Wear OS feels fast, and notifications synchronization is much better. My Tic Watch 4G had problems where it would not like to connect to Wi-Fi. The new watch has no issues connecting to Wi-Fi. The new launcher for the watch is better than the stock Wear OS launcher, but you can still revert to the earlier version if you prefer. I am disappointed to see that a scrolling crown still has not been implemented, but the touch screen works fine. The speaker is loud and clear and sounds as good as my phone speaker. The microphone is also better, and phone calls are well received. I have had no issues or glitches with the interface yet.GOOGLE FIT / TIC HEALTH / SENSORS:With the Tic Watch 4G, I preferred to use Google Fit over Tic Health, since both had supplied the same benefits, and Google Fit was more informative. Mobvoi has improved Tic Health significantly. Tic Pulse is a wonderful way to get your heart rate and see a graph without having to look for it. Tic Sleep is interesting. It can monitor how you sleep, analyzing the times you were lightly sleeping, in a deep sleep, in the REM state, or were awake. It also graphs your pulse and blood oxygen over your rest. The information was surprising to see. I believe it is a great app to use if you struggle to get a good rest. Tic Zen analyzes a variety of health data to give you a stress level. It is a little slow but informative. This feature will be useful for those who struggle with stress and want to see how they can improve their mental and physical health. Tic Oxygen is the Blood Oxygen Monitoring app. It takes like 10-20 seconds per reading, but it gives you a confident measurement. As we have seen from the COVID-19 outbreak, we must keep our Blood Oxygen Level above 94%. This sensor is the most useful sensor on any health wearable during this time. With consistent tracking, you can learn the warning signs early. Tic Hearing tracks noise level. I am not entirely sure that it is a needed tracking feature, but it exists and reports accurately. Tic Exercise is a great tool to help you record exercises and get relevant health data based on the activity selected. Tic Breathe is a breathing app that is comparable to the one available in Google Fit. It works well.Overall, I am impressed with the improvements that the Tic Watch 3 GPS brings! It does everything one could think of and more. In the past, I could only recommend Wear OS watches to those who were technical or could deal with small inconsistencies. I can now recommend a Wear OS watch to everyone and feel good knowing that it is just as good, if not better than the Apple Watch Series 6. I know this was a long review, but this watch deserves all the praise.

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  12. Ameya P

    Been using this watch for a week now and feel comfortable reviewing the same. First of let me start off by saying if you’re planning to buy this watch for purely fitness reasons, don’t. The resting heart rate is fairly accurate but as soon as you start working out and your wrist starts to get sweaty the heart rate monitoring goes for a toss. It takes time for the watch to give accurate readings again. I think it could be the transition from dry to wet, that’s what I have observed, and maybe this might be corrected just via a software update but don’t count on it. The spo2 readings I believe are accurate. The step counter I think is highly unreliable as well and that’s a fairly basic thing a watch should be able to get right. The positive is this watch is wear OS so it has a lot of app support. Also the Snapdragon 4100 chipset runs the os smooth. Have had no issues besides a few minor bugs. The dual screen helps with the battery life and is a nice touch. I could get 2 full days without any top up charge with continuous heart rate, blood oxygen and stress level on. The sleep tracking is a little unreliable. I primarily purchased this watch for using Google maps navigation while riding. Navigation isn’t as smooth and real time like in the phone and there are times when it gets a bit stuck but it gets the job done. GPS is captured fairly quickly so I’m guessing it’s something to do with saving battery, I might have to tinker with the settings to see if I can get it smoother but it’s not a deal breaker. It can handle your music playlist and phone calls including receiving and replying to messages. There is a speaker and mic inbuilt but it’s a watch don’t expect it to be crystal clear. Google assistant works fairly well. I’m giving it 3 stars as I feel this watch tries to do too many things and gets some things right and some key things (like fitness tracking) wrong. Also did I mention there is no compass in the watch. Why mobvoi felt not to include that in a premium watch beats me. The mobvoi app sucks big time, at least here in India. There is no ECG monitoring as well. For the premium price I think it should have been included. My honest suggestion wait another year for better 4100 chipset wear OS watches, many will be coming out soon.

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  13. Kody Cochrell

    Altimeter and moisture read outs are junk. Won’t stabilize and just untrustworthy. Even the compass is questionable.

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  14. Daniel Ríos

    Muy buen producto. Muy buena calidad. El envío tomó 5 días. Muy eficientes

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  15. David (verified owner)

    The product is firmly packed.

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